On October 20, 1990, the Cincinnati Reds beat the Oakland Athletics 2-1, completing a four game World Series sweep.
A’s pitcher Dave Stewart stayed on the mound all nine innings.
NHall of Famer shortstop Barry Larkin was among the outstanding talent on the 1990 Reds roster. He played for the team all 19 seasons of his career.
The Reds made post-season appearances in 1995, 2010, 2012 and lost the wild card in 2013. This will be their first World Series appearance in 26 years. They won five of eight championship appearances.
With a 68-94 record, the Reds finished last in the National League Central division. They are looking to rebuild in the coming years through drafting and trades. There is always next year.
If you enjoyed this article and would like to see more like it, follow me on Twitter@TodayInSport365